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WORX WX386.5 18V (20V MAX) Hammer Drill with x2 Batteries & 55pc Tool Kit for £59.99 @ eBay/positecworx
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WORX WX386.5 18V (20V MAX) Hammer Drill with x2 Batteries & 55pc Tool Kit for £59.99 @ eBay/positecworx

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Refreshed 9th Jun (Posted 9th Jun)Edited by:"idontflycathay"
Just browsing eBay earlier and came across this item. Looks like a half price offer and very good value.

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With the WORX WX386.5 Hammer Drill with 2 batteries and 55pc Tool Kit will always be able to get the job done.

Featuring a compact and ergonomic design which allows you to work in narrow spaces. Its 18+1+1 clutch positions provides you with greater versatility across various screw diameters and lengths.

The heavy duty 13mm keyless anti-slip chuck ensures the drill has maximum power at all times, and the handy LED light provides better sight in dark areas.

  • Two gear variable speed
  • 13mm keyless chuck
  • 18+1+1 clutch positions
  • No load speed: 1500rpm
  • Torque settings: 40N.M
  • Suitable for drilling wood, masonry & metal

Included in your purchase:
  • x1 WX386 Combi Drill
  • x2 20V 1.5Ah Batteries
  • x1 Charger
  • x1 Tool Box
  • x55pc Accessory Kit


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Just purchased! Nice one!! Now need the impact driver! Thanks @apur32
A good drill for smaller DIY jobs. On the lower end of the torque scale. Not a bad price if you haven't already bought into a different ecosystem.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 9th Jun
Impact driver and hammer drill, from the same seller, for £89.99 is a good buy too:

ebay.co.uk/itm…018
CNCboss09/06/2019 14:46

Impact driver and hammer drill, from the same seller, for £89.99 is a good …Impact driver and hammer drill, from the same seller, for £89.99 is a good buy too:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WX938-18V-20V-MAX-Cordless-Impact-Driver-and-Hammer-Drill-Twin-Pack/183433629018


As a novice, what's the difference between the two?
mrb3009/06/2019 17:35

As a novice, what's the difference between the two?



Use the hammer drill for drilling and driving in screws that are going into soft materials ie plasterboard chipboard and use the impact driver for screwing into concrete and wood and you should be ok.
mrb3009/06/2019 17:35

As a novice, what's the difference between the two?


Hi
One is a hex drive , one is a chuck drive that's the only thing I can find - I may be wrong - last bit I have a few words items and have yet to complain - it is worth looking for greater amp/hour batteries as I find the 20v/2ah ones don't last very long
Can also use the combi for driving into hard wood/metal also, as well as other materials. Use the hammer action of the combi for some light masonry work, although it is on the slightly lower end of the torque scale (40nm), so don't expect much from the hammer drill. Should be fine for the home though.
Edited by: "Wizzfizz" 9th Jun
Gadangit just bought the missus a £50 electronic toothbrush! This would've been much better for me
Cracking deal!
I bought the Bosch a short while ago from a deal here, if I hadn't have bought that I would have snapped this up 🔥
Out of stock!
Just seen out of stock - best idea is to bookmark the seller - they have some really good offers (some are tbh cr4p but)
Heat paid £50 just for the combi hammer drill year ago.
sold out now....
I have had the hammer drill and the impact driver for a few years now and they are amazing value.
Yep, back on again.
So tempted to make the jump.

Still showing in-stock.

Trying to justify whether I need a drill or not.
Have recently become a father so wanted to start my own toolbox/kit.

Have been looking around for drills, (nothing over the top, just odd jobs like door handles etc) Is this the best thing to get based on that?
iMohMoh10/06/2019 11:45

So tempted to make the jump.Still showing in-stock.Trying to justify …So tempted to make the jump.Still showing in-stock.Trying to justify whether I need a drill or not. Have recently become a father so wanted to start my own toolbox/kit.Have been looking around for drills, (nothing over the top, just odd jobs like door handles etc) Is this the best thing to get based on that?



I've had an older version of this for about 4 years and it's fine for general DIY use.

I have other drills for heavier duty work, but for light masonry, hanging picture and doors etc. you won't have any problems.
Ordered, been looking for a decent one for a month or two. Based on my search and looking at various options from Aldi to Roberts Dyas this is a best possible deal for a drill, with an extra battery pack and accessory pack you cannot go wrong. No wonder 150 units sold in less than 2-3 hours last night.

Thanks for OP! Great find
CNCboss10/06/2019 11:55

I've had an older version of this for about 4 years and it's fine for …I've had an older version of this for about 4 years and it's fine for general DIY use.I have other drills for heavier duty work, but for light masonry, hanging picture and doors etc. you won't have any problems.





Thanks,
I've ordered it now

Excited to start my toolkit!
This is a great deal for a DIY user
Does anyone know if this comes with a case for the drill? The toolbox isnt the same as the regular Worx case and not sure if it will fit
I would not expect to get high quality item for this price
SuperDario11/06/2019 10:35

Does anyone know if this comes with a case for the drill? The toolbox isnt …Does anyone know if this comes with a case for the drill? The toolbox isnt the same as the regular Worx case and not sure if it will fit



Will let you know when mine arrives next week (though, the offer may expire by then (:I)

Though, isn't the toolbox the same as this one: ebay.co.uk/itm…rue

If so, it should fit inside.
That said, you can get the drill case for a tenner off eBay
ebay.co.uk/itm…QTA
thanks just bought one
Thanks man been looking for something like this
iMohMoh12/06/2019 09:18

Will let you know when mine arrives next week (though, the offer may …Will let you know when mine arrives next week (though, the offer may expire by then (:I)Though, isn't the toolbox the same as this one: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-large-toolbox-with-toolkit-Fits-various-tools-wx800-WX386-Wx290-hydroshot/264305544039?hash=item3d89d68b67:g:TQoAAOSwRxpcwpPU&frcectupt=trueIf so, it should fit inside.That said, you can get the drill case for a tenner off eBayhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORX-WX384-18V-20V-Brushless-Motor-Cordless-Combi-Hammer-Drill-CASE-ONLY/264215610598?hash=item3d847a44e6:g:Er0AAOSw1rpcFQTA


Just got mine today, and it comes in the box in the first link.
SuperDario11/06/2019 10:35

Does anyone know if this comes with a case for the drill? The toolbox isnt …Does anyone know if this comes with a case for the drill? The toolbox isnt the same as the regular Worx case and not sure if it will fit



samisnake_.14/06/2019 00:09

Just got mine today, and it comes in the box in the first link.




Also got mine yesterday.

It comes in the box in this link: https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/37842195/16149153

When you open the box, the top compartment is like so:

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You can lift that up and then you'll see the following:

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Placeholder used to store the drill, spare battery and charger.
You can however, remove this and will free up a lot of space for additional tools.

Will allow you to place much more tools inside when removed,
Technically you can even remove the top compartment and just have it all in one box but that's too messy for my personal liking.

Very pleased with my purchase so shout out to OP for posting the deal.

Now I just need to find out how to use a drill and all of the pieces...
149.99 now. Ouch.
Back to 59.99 now
Bought @ £59.99 thanks.
Oooh i need a spirit level! Bought, thanks!
Cheers! bought for work, for random jobs.

Will this be ok drilling into sheet metal? have no clue on what drill bits to use or speeds settings

are the drill bits any good or should I get separate ones?
Has anybody managed to register for the extra year's warranty? Worx UK site has a link but it just loops back to the homepage.
creepyg17/07/2019 17:28

Has anybody managed to register for the extra year's warranty? Worx UK …Has anybody managed to register for the extra year's warranty? Worx UK site has a link but it just loops back to the homepage.


Same issue, but for different products.
I got in touch with them and got this response:

"Hi xxxxx, sorry to hear that. Can you please get in touch with customer service on 03452029679 and they should be able to assist you to register them."
CNCboss19/07/2019 23:24

Same issue, but for different products.I got in touch with them and got …Same issue, but for different products.I got in touch with them and got this response:"Hi xxxxx, sorry to hear that. Can you please get in touch with customer service on 03452029679 and they should be able to assist you to register them."


Thanks. I'll give them a ring on Monday
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